T.J. Watt earns NFL All-Pro First-Team honors

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After a phenomenal season that ended with an impactful performance in the AFC Wild Card Playoff loss to the Chiefs, Steelers edge rusher T.J. Watt earned NFL All-Pro honors.

The former Badger was named to the All-Pro First-Team Defense, joining Colts standout Jonathan Taylor on the All-Pro offensive side of the ball.

Watt finished the year with 64 total tackles, tied Hall of Famer Michael Strahan’s NFL single-season record with 22.5 sacks, and forced 5 fumbles. His tipped ball led to an interception thrown by Patrick Mahomes in the Steelers’ playoff loss. Watt also scooped up a Kansas City fumble for a score: